Improving the dental health of the world's most disadvantaged children by

  • Building global leadership

  • Improving oral health

  • Increasing social responsibility
     

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Professor Raman Bedi

"We believe every child can and should have a healthy smile because oral health is crucial for general health and well-being."

Professor Raman Bedi, Chairman

1 in 5 children globally suffer from poor oral health, leading to suffering and long term health issues. We're working to change this.

End Infant Oral Mutilation

Infant Oral Mutilation affects 25 million children a year across Africa.

Help us stop this barbaric practice

Special Care Dentistry

We are working to improve the provision of Special Care Dentistry for children worldwide.

Find out about our essential work

Syrian Child Refugees

We are working with Jordanian dental students to help improve child oral health of Syrian refugees in camps across Jordan.

Help us to treat 10,000 children

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SEAL Cambodia

Sealing teeth protects against tooth decay and pain. SEAL Cambodia has fissure-sealed 66,000 children in 4 years.

Help us reach more

Senior Dental Leaders

Our flagship leadership programme develops the strategic leadership skills of the world's senior dental professionals.

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Advanced Dental Leadership

An exciting new online oral health leadership programme enabling dentists to become highly effective, innovate creatively and achieve their clinical, business and personal goals.

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Latest news
Richard Law Research Awards 2019 In honour of the late Richard Law, the Global Child Dental Fund (UK) offered awards for the sixth consecutive year to...
Our SDL alumnus and dear friend of GCDFund, Dr Mahesh Verma, has been appointed as Vice Chancellor of Indraprastha University. He was previously...
On 17-19 June 2019 Chief Dental Officers from East & Central Africa (Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, DR Congo, Sudan) convened in Addis...